Below are the top 5 basic all natural hair products every parent should have for not only their kids but for themselves as well! Shea Butter Shea Butter is definitive staple in many natural hair routines. My favorite recipe is turning it into a Shea whip mixed with oils but it can be used by… Read More 5 Natural Hair Products Every Parent Should Have
I know it seems like everyone is creating a method to the ultimate curl but I decided to share my low maintenance regimen that focuses on moisturizing and thusly defining coarse hair. Everyone has a natural curl pattern. Yes, EVERYONE. So one of the results will be tighter curls or coils but more importantly it keeps… Read More The Honeycomb Method™: A Easy, Natural Way to Moisturize & Define Coarse Hair
via Amazon Staying hydrated is the number one thing to have healthy and happy hair (and body)! Make sure you encourage your kids to drink water every day and don’t forget about yourself. I have a hard time remembering to drink enough water each day so I bought a 32 ounce Camelback Eddy Bottle that… Read More Healthy Tip: Drink More Water – Use a Water Bootle
via LHDC-TV I like equations. Simple math to keep me on track. For instance I check my to do list at least twice a day or water my plants once a week. Easy stuff like that. With that in mind, I created a equation or rule (and remember sometimes rules are meant to be broken)… Read More How Long Should Hair Time Last?
Stain Removal: Oil Baking Soda Dish Liquid Soap Cold Water Rag via Twitter Happens to the best of us, we drop some oil on the sofa or carpet. What to do? Add baking soda to stain. Gently pack down soda. Let sit for minute then brushoff. Add dish soap, lightly wipe w/cold water, press rag against… Read More Stain Removal: Oil
Feedback is one of the most important things to get improve hair time. When I hear the word feedback the first thing that comes to mind is customer service. It may seem funny to think as your child as your customer especially since they aren’t paying you with money but what they will compensate you with… Read More Survey says?….Feedback!
Here’s a great experiment for your little scientist, measure the thickness of their hair! All you need is: 1 strand of human hair Laser pointer White paper or other white background Tape Ruler or tape measure Scientific calculator And of course your thinking cap; this involves tan and sin…is that 9th grade math coming back to… Read More Activity: Measure Hair Thickness
image via La Taberna Del Analsis Did you play video games as a kid? I sure did! I remember spending hours smashing the “A” button, solving elaborate puzzles, avoiding, bottomless pits but what I remember most of all is reading “Game Over” when I finished the game. I would feel a mixture of joy that I finished… Read More Gamify Hair Time
Talk talk about things they enjoy talk about their favorite hobbies talk about what you are doing today and how much you look forward to it Tell tell them how wonderful their hair is tell them what you are doing and how great it will make them look and feel tell them how well they… Read More Making Hair Time, Fun Time
Toddlers are at a wonderful age of questions and discovery. Talking positively to your children during hair time, is fundamental in making it fun. As they grow more curious about the things around them they will start to ask you what you are doing to their hair and this is a great opportunity to teach, teach, teach.… Read More Teachable Moments During Hair Time